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You can be “Fuck Yes” about getting to know someone better.You can be “Fuck Yes” about seeing someone again because you think there’s something there.
parties must be enthusiastic about the prospect of one another’s company. Because attractive, non-needy, high self-worth people don’t have time for people who they are not excited to be with and who are not excited to be with them. But is applicable to dating, sex, relationships, even friendships. It doesn’t sound like the answer is a “Fuck yes.” Then it’s time to move on.
You may have absolutely nothing in common with that bartender. Making out with a girl at your house and every time you go to take her shirt off she swats your hands away?
That, by itself—you know, treating her like a human and empathizing with her—often solves this “problem.”) Want to date that woman you met last weekend but she keeps ignoring your texts and calls?
Not sure what to say or do, especially since she seemed so happy to go out with you when you initially met her?
doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be falling in knee-wobbling love at first sight.
It doesn’t even mean you have be completely convinced that someone is right for you.
Most dating advice exists to “solve” this grey area for people. Or how men need to transition from attraction phase to comfort phase by qualifying three times before they’re allowed to commence an escalation ladder.
Much of it gets exceedingly analytical, to the point where some men and women spend more time analyzing behaviors than actually, you know, .
Remember, it’s your job to look for something cool in everyone you meet; it’s not their job to show you. Learning to appreciate people you meet is a skill you cultivate. This doesn’t mean you have to fall in love with everyone who breathes in your direction.
It just means you need to take responsibility for your ability to connect with the people you are meeting.
These things may seem clever and exciting to some people who are stuck or frustrated. If you’re in the grey area to begin with, you’ve already lost. The entrepreneur Derek Sivers once wrote a blog post where he said, “If I’m not saying ‘Hell Yeah!